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Wrong for Hay Revolver Stool

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The influential design blog Cool Hunting commented, "A kind of Shaker simplicity marks the work of Leon Ransmeier, a beauty that results when an object is exactly what it's meant to be and nothing more." But Leon's idea of what's essential also brings a why-didn't-they-think-of-that-before relevance to this seating. When the HAY Revolver Stool’s slimline and comfortably concave circular seat rotates, it moves with the footrest in unison for the full 360 degrees. Now, "lean in" to a conversation in any direction without losing your balance!

Wrong for Hay is the news-making collaboration between Danish brand Hay and the renowned London-based creative director Sebastian Wrong. Both satellite collection and standalone venture, it's an exciting new chapter in the city's boundary-breaking modernist legacy. Sebastian, first trained as a sculptor, brings an standout list of contemporary design classics and an extensive knowledge of manufacturing processes to the union while Hay's become an indispensable trove for design mavens in just over a decade.

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Made of powder-coated steel

Small - Ø 13.5" x H 25.5"

Large - Ø 13.5" x H 30"

Special order item: Please allow 6-10 weeks from time of purchase. Please contact our store for details.

Furniture orders require a 50% deposit. Remaining balance will be charged upon delivery.

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About The Designer

HAY
Bridging the gap between architecture and fashion, Rolf Hay launched his namesake company at IMM Cologne in 2003 with the goal of bringing Danish design back to the innovative greatness of the 1950s and 60s in a contemporary context. Since then, they’ve accrued numerous awards for their work and have collaborated with established designers like Scholten & Baijings and Sebastian Wrong. Hay is committed to nurturing and promoting the originality of young talents as well as “exploring the twisted minds of established designers.”